Summer is rapidly approaching, and that means that it’s time to share the scientific projects that ESRs from project Windmill have been tirelessly working on. All of the new publications are already available here! The published works are from Roberto Pereira, Anay Ajit Deshpande, Salman Mohebi, Cristian J. Vaca-Rubio and Dariush Salami, as well as many others.
Our ESR Cristian Jesús Vaca Rubio is ready to share insights into his research project – Radio Sensing with Large Intelligent Surface for 6G. Supervisor: Elisabeth de Carvalho. If you would like to learn more about this research project you can read an official paper published on Arxiv. You can also find more publications and deliverables on our dissemination page.
Our ESR Mateus Pontes Mota is ready to share insights into his research project – MAC Protocol Emergence with Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning. Supervisor: Alvaro Valcarce Rial. If you would like to learn more about this research project you can read an official paper published on Arxiv. You can also find more publications and deliverables on our dissemination page.
We are happy to announce that all the videos from training in Helsinki are now public and available. It is divided into two main topics: 5G New Radio and NR Overview (6 parts). You can find them either on our website under Helsinki Training videos section or on our YouTube channel.
The WindMill ESRs have been working very hard in the last few months and the fruits of their labour are now out in the world! We have five new publications by four of our ESRs: Matteo Zecchin, Dariush Salami, Salman Mohebi, and Cristian Jesús Vaca Rubio. You can find them here: https://windmill-itn.eu/publications/
The ITN WindMill Project has recently welcomed two new research fellows: Mateus Mota, based at Nokia Bell Labs France and Sobhi Alfayoumi, who joined Worldsensing in Barcelona. And just like with the other fellows, we also interviewed them about their backgrounds, projects, and ambitions. You can find the videos on our YouTube channel or on the Research Fellows page.
Oh how time flies when you’re having fun! In November 2020 it was exactly one year since the project’s ESRs got together in Aalborg and embarked on their PhD journey. Many things have changed, not least the ESRs themselves. So we interviewed them about their projects, their personal lives and their achievements. You can see the results in a series Read more…